Following calls for tenders, EASA has now signed contracts for five new research projects, all funded from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme.
With the contracts in place, EASA is now excited to kick-start the following research projects:
The projects will be managed by EASA and are part of a bundle of 15 different project tenders, spanning over six research actions, with an overall budget of 14.2 million Euro.
These six research actions address EASA’s and European Member States’ research needs and requirements related to civil aviation:
- Lessons-learned from recent accidents / incidents in Air Transport
- Safety standards for the introduction of key concepts and technologies
- Solutions for runway safety
- Standards supporting the digital transformation of aviation
- Development of new aviation health safety standards
- Impact of security measures on safety
Tender procedures for the remaining projects are ongoing, with all contracts intended to be awarded and projects being on the way by end 2022.
More information on EASA’s Research activities can be found on EASA’s website ‘Research & Innovation’.
Article originally published on www.easa.europa.eu as EASA launches five new research projects – Funded from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme